The Kitch Inn - Howzat! 4.8% - injac

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ArmChair
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The Kitch Inn - Howzat! 4.8% - injac

Post by ArmChair » Sun Jun 15, 2014 2:40 pm

The Kitch Inn - Howzat! 4.8% - injac

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Pours a slightly hazy amber colour, with a fluffy and loosely packed white head. The head retention lasts and there is some lacing down the glass.
This ale seems to be carbonated well, and has a medium body, with a slight dry mouthfeel. However it is nice and refreshing.
There is an aroma of wheat, oranges and slightly yeasty.
This ale has a taste of oranges, and the zest of orange, which does give the ale a dry feeling. It's also yeasty and the wheat stands out in it.

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2014 - 719
2015 - 726
2016 - 74
Started BIAB 11/02/2013

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Re: The Kitch Inn - Howzat! 4.8% - injac

Post by far9410 » Sun Jun 15, 2014 3:06 pm

Recipe?
no palate, no patience.


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Re: The Kitch Inn - Howzat! 4.8% - injac

Post by ArmChair » Sun Jun 15, 2014 3:10 pm

far9410 wrote:Recipe?
You would have to ask him, I think it was a from a kit, and I have a feeling it might be the coopers pale ale
FV1 AG#95 Farwell Freddy
FV2
FV3
FV4
Litres Brewed in :
2013 - 655
2014 - 719
2015 - 726
2016 - 74
Started BIAB 11/02/2013

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